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Chiron, played by Sabrina M. Neuman ’09, takes advantage of Titus’ widowed daughter, Lavinia, played by Sara E. Ferry ’11, to avenge his brother’s death and his mother’s grief. The MIT Shakespeare Ensemble is performing Titus Andronicus on Nov. 1–3 in Kresge Little Theater.

Roseanne Chanchall
Chiron, played by Sabrina M. Neuman ’09, takes advantage of Titus’ widowed daughter, Lavinia, played by Sara E. Ferry ’11, to avenge his brother’s death and his mother’s grief. The MIT Shakespeare Ensemble is performing Titus Andronicus on Nov. 1–3 in Kresge Little Theater.